Definition of Entourage

1. Noun. The group following and attending to some important person.

Exact synonyms: Cortege, Retinue, Suite
Generic synonyms: Assemblage, Gathering
Terms within: Bodyguard
Specialized synonyms: Court, Royal Court



Definition of Entourage

1. n. Surroundings; specif., collectively, one's attendants or associates.

Definition of Entourage

1. Noun. A retinue of attendants, associates or followers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Entourage

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entourage

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entourage (current term)
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Literary usage of Entourage

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1. Fernando of Cordova: A Biographical and Intellectual Profile by John Monfasani (1992)
"... THE entourage OF CARDINAL JUAN CARVAJAL In documenting Fernando's appearance at the University of Paris in 1444, Denifle and Châtelain called attention ..."

2. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1905)
"the King's entourage, which comprised the entire nobility of France, to the crucible. Fortunately some were manufactured for foreign princes residing abroad ..."

3. Norman Institutions by Charles Homer Haskins (1918)
"A charter of the same year issued at Caen iu-aeds to Henry's entourage the names of Geoffrey Fitz Payne, Roger the treasurer, and three royal chaplains, ..."

4. An Englishman in Paris: (notes and Recollections). by Albert Dresden Vandam (1892)
"... in " hot water " —Tactics of the demi-mondaines—Improvement from the heraldic point of view in the Empress's entourage—The ..."

5. Behind the Veil at the Russian Court by Catherine Radziwill (1914)
"... VI THE entourage OF THE EMPEROR AND EMPRESS THE painful circumstances under which the nuptials of Nicholas II. and Alexandra Feodorovna were celebrated ..."

6. Life of Patrick A. Collins, with Some of His Most Notable Public Addresses by Michael Philip Curran (1906)
"... AND ARTISTIC entourage. SOON after the election of Mr. Cleveland in 1892 the question was naturally discussed, what place in the new administration Mr. ..."

7. Camp, Court and Siege: A Narrative of Personal Adventure and Observation by Wickham Hoffman (1877)
"—Fish's Instructions.—Assent of French Government given.— Paris in War-paint.—The Emperor opposed to War.—Not a Free Agent.—His entourage. ..."

8. Conversations with M. Thiers, M. Guizot, and Other Distinguished Persons by Nassau William Senior (1878)
"The Emperor is far more liberal than his ' entourage/ They care only for themselves and for the fortunes which they have amassed or are amassing. ..."

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